Graduates of the MSc programme can go on to enjoy varied and interesting careers in Cyber Security. See what industry experts themselves say what it's like working for their companies and advice for getting into the Information Security industry, networking and mentoring.
The College Careers Service collects annual employment statistics (that are compliant with Higher Education Statistics Agency guidelines) on ISG MSc students. The data is completed around six months after the student completes and latest figures from 2012 graduates show the ISG scores extremely well on both employment rates and starting salaries (especially in the UK):
UK Students: 100% employment, median starting salary £45,000
UK & EU: 91.9% employment, median starting salary £31,000
UK & EU & International: 83.1% employment, median starting salary £29,000
What this means is that choosing the MSc in Information Security not only results in a highly respected qualification, but you are highly likely to get a well-paid job at the end of your studies.
See below for what types of Information Security roles there are and what skills companies look for:
Careers in Information Security
Director of Security and Information HMRC (Lloyds Banking Group)